1850 Three Cent Silver Pattern, Judd-125 Original, PR631850 P3CS Three Cent Silver, Judd-125 Original, Pollock-147, R.4, PR63 PCGS. Similar in design to the famous Judd-67 gold dollar pattern from 1836; however, the date has been moved to the obverse below the cap, and the denomination within the palm frond is expressed with a large Roman numeral III. Struck in silver with a plain edge. Bright and lightly hairlined, the surfaces are light golden-brown with an occasional dab of deep blue around the margins.
From The Beau Clerc Collection. (NGC ID# 298G, PCGS# 11536)
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